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  • After watching a presentation from the Carroll Stadium Committee on Monday, the Carroll School Board discussed funding a $750,000 to $2 million portion of the estimated $6.2 million project.
  • Summit allows Iowa educators, businesses to team up
    Experts say the economy in Iowa and across the nation is changing, and the workforce needed to meet the new demands of businesses must change with it.
  • Carroll students strut their science, technology stuff

    Carroll High School senior Akual Nyock whizzed the little drone around the science room, narrowly missing a table, then a wall, then the governor of Iowa’s head. “I think that’s enough of a demonstration,” science teacher Kent Muyskens said as he caught the lightweight flyer out of the air. Nyock is part of Muyskens’ STAR (Science, Technology and Research) class. The class was made possible after CHS was awarded a $50,000 STEM grant last year. On Tuesday, Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad and Lt. Gov. Kim Reynolds stopped in Carroll to see what educators are doing with the funds.

  • The number of students who attend the Carroll Community School District is at a three-year low and has erased the modest gains made in the past two school years.
  • Blue Ribbon Rockets
    The Ar-We-Va School District has been through a lot the last few years.
  • Students scrub, rake and clean during volunteer day
    Last Wednesday, 23 IKM-Manning students didn’t use their early out to play video games, catch some final fresh air with friends before it turns cold or get a jump-start on homework.
  • Voters living inside the Carroll Community School District may now vote on the bond referendum concerning the construction of a new Carroll Athletic Field and Stadium.
  • The Kuemper Catholic School System announced today that the school’s board of directors has formally endorsed the upcoming Carroll Community School District’s public vote for the Carroll stadium-reconstruction election to be held Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2017.
  • A family affair
    Each year Kuemper Catholic High School honors the graduating class from 50 years prior at its homecoming celebration, but this year the Class of 1966 had to make some room for a group of special guests.
  • Elementary students at Coon Rapids-Bayard are getting a special boost to their reading curriculum thanks to the One School, One Book program.
  • Kuemper Walk-A-Thon raises more than $27,000
    If her dance moves to a Taylor Swift beat were any indication, Holy Spirit first-grader Addison Schon wasn’t the least bit tired after the walk with her classmates from Holy Spirit Elementary to Rolling Hills Park Tuesday morning.
  • Kuemper Tomorrow Campaign tops $5 million
    After a recent $100,000 donation, the Kuemper Tomorrow Campaign has pushed its fundraising total to more than $5 million.
  • Museum on the move
    It was hard to miss the 30-feet-long, green and aqua blue school bus with “IOWA” painted on the side driving around town Thursday, and that’s just the way its curator likes it.
  • CMS students learn to ‘Read Like a Champion’
    Every little hand around the table of fifth-graders shot up into the air after being asked a simple question. Who here likes to read?
  • The Carroll School Board approved a policy forbidding drones on school property or at school events at its regular meeting Monday night.
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